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SYNO to dig | to dig out | to dig up | ...
вырыть [извлечь] [сов.]to dig up [something buried]
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Translation for 'to dig up' from English to Russian

to dig up [something buried]
вырыть [извлечь] [сов.]
Usage Examples English
  • With tiny pieces of the hanging rope already being sold as souvenirs to a fascinated public, rumors immediately began to swirl that jail guards planned to dig up Guiteau's corpse to meet demands of this burgeoning new market.
  • They failed miserably, and after consulting expert horticulturists from as far away as New York, he ordered his gardener to dig up the bulbs and dump them at the swamp.
  • The city of Jashon, by coincidence, is near the place where Ammaron told Mormon to dig up the plates of Nephi, which Mormon promptly did.
  • Contractors have been working for more than 20 years to dig up the lawns of residents to make them safe for children to play.
  • When he later returned to dig up the stash, he was discovered by the rector.
  • The story opens with the narrator, Sanders Roscoe, defending his neighbor Edith Goodnough to a reporter trying to dig up dirt on her.
  • Nixon directly requested that his aides use government records to try to dig up dirt on McGovern and his top contributors.
  • Time domain reflectometers are commonly used for in-place testing of very long cable runs, where it is impractical to dig up or remove what may be a kilometers-long cable.
  • When his calculations showed that the manholes on telephone routes were sufficiently close together to be able to insert the loading coils without the expense of either having to dig up the route or lay in new cables he changed to this new plan.
  • Clements aroused controversy when he and two friends attempted to dig up the corpse of the Quaker minister Elias Hicks to create a plaster mold of his head.
  • Executed by the 5 offensive players not directly attacking the ball, players move to assigned positions around the attacker to dig up any ball that deflects off the block back into their own court.
  • The film suggests that Joseph Smith was required to dig up his brother Alvin's body and bring a part of it with him to the hill Cumorah in order to obtain the golden plates from which the Book of Mormon was said to be translated.
  • Following Hussein's defeat in 2003, Arab communities began to dig up the dykes, re-flooding the marshes and resuming their traditional way of life.
  • In 1992 a project by the London arts group Platform sparked a local campaign to dig up the river.
  • The list is used to tell who was Japanese friendly and Korean people try to dig up and destroy the tomb of the listed people.
  • Pigs attempt to dig up truffles.
  • The lander arm was to dig up samples to be deposited in the instruments for study, and the "mole" would have been deployed, crawling across the surface to a distance of about [...] from the lander and burrowing under rocks to collect soil samples for analysis.
  • A common practice (known as layering) is to place a weight over a branch to keep it on the ground and, after it has rooted, to dig up the roots and cut the rooted part from the main branch; this can then be planted.
  • The economic recession that began in 2008 has resulted in many communities worldwide to dig up their lawns and plant fruit and vegetable gardens [...].
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